• May 17, 2023

John Arrington, 1 Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Sherman, TX

Sherman, TX — May 1, 2023, John Arrington and a woman were injured in an alleged intoxicated driving accident at around 4:48 p.m. along Travis Street.

According to details from authorities, the crash took place near the intersection Travis Street and Knollwood Road.

John Arrington, 1 Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Sherman, TX

Initial information about the incident says that 64-year-old John Mark Arrington was the driver of a Kia Forte that was going northbound along Travis Street. An unidentified 61-year-old woman was said to be in a Chevy Camaro going southbound on Travis. According to a witness, police say, the Camaro did not stay in its lane, and it ended up going into northbound lanes where it crashed with Arrington's Kia.

Due to the collision, it appears both Arrington and the woman in the Camaro had reportedly incapacitating injuries. No one else was reported to be injured. In their statements, authorities listed alcohol and drugs as contributing factors in the crash, and there may be a pending charge of intoxication assault for the driver of the Camaro. No further information can be confirmed at this time.


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